U.S. Taxpayers Party
1999 National Presidential Nominating Convention
September 1-6, 1999   Regal Riverfront Hotel   St. Louis, Missiouri
"Restore the American Republic"
Howard Phillips' Acceptance Speech            Constitution Party Website
 
H.Phillips H.Titus Abst.
Alabama 13 0 0
Alaska 3 0 0
Arizona 0 0 0
Arkansas 8 0 0
California 62 0 0
Colorado 10 3 0
Connecticut 10 0 0
Delaware 0 0 0
DC 0 0 0
Florida 3 0 0
Georgia 5 0 0
Hawaii 0 0 0
Idaho 8 0 0
Illinois 0 19 6
Indiana 2 0 0
Iowa 9 0 0
Kansas 11 0 0
Kentucky 14 1 1
Louisiana 11 0 0
Maine 7 4 0
Maryland 15 0 0
Massachusetts 12 0 0
Michigan 26 0 0
Minnesota 12 3 0
Mississippi 10 2 0
Missouri 16 2 0
Montana 2 1 0
Nebraska 0 0 0
Nevada 12 0 0
New Hampshire 4 0 0
New Jersey 21 0 0
New Mexico 0 0 0
New York 33 0 0
North Carolina 8 0 0
North Dakota 2 1 0
Ohio 26 0 0
Oklahoma 0 0 0
Oregon 9 0 0
Pennsylvania 30 0 0
Rhode Island 4 0 0
South Carolina 13 0 0
South Dakota 3 5 0
Tennessee 16 0 0
Texas 22 16 0
Utah 0 0 0
Vermont 0 0 0
Virginia 18 3 0
Washington 0 19 0
West Virginia 0 0 0
Wisconsin 10 9 0
Wyoming 0 0 0
Total 500 88 7

 
The formula for convention voting was presented and approved at the USTP's national committee meeting in Seattle.  It was based a combination of factors:

1. Each state will be allowed 2 voting delegates representing the number of Senators each state is allowed under the U.S. Constitution.

2. Each state which achieved ballot qualification for the USTP (now CP) Presidential ticket in 1992 or 1996, or has achieved ballot qualification for the ticket in 2000 shall be assigned additional delegate votes equal to the number of congressional districts in the state.
 
3. An additional delegate vote shall be assigned a state for each year, subsequent to the previous presidential election year, in which that state has fulfilled its $2000 annual assessment to the USTP National Committee.
 
4. An additional delegate vote shall be assigned a state for each National Committee meeting held, subsequent to the previous election year, at which the state had at least one National Committee member in attendance.
 
5. Once a states delegate total has been fixed, the chairman of the state delegation shall determine the numerical weight of the vote cast by each person representing this state as a delegate in the context of the state's authorized number of voting delegates.  All roll call votes anounced by states shall be in whole numbers only.

Copyright 2000  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
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